Obituary: John Marsh – Press Herald

7June 2020

John Marsh SCARBOROUGH– John Marsh, 63, of Scarborough, Maine, was called house to God on May 28, 2020, after a worthy 14-month battle with the problems of a stroke. Jack, as he was known to friends and family, was born on February 16, 1957, in Milo, Maine. He shared his birthday with both his mom and eventually with his mom and father-in-law as that date was the day of their wedding. It made Jack and Anne feel as if they were connected from the start. Jack was the beloved spouse of 35 years of Anne Marsh, caring daddy of William and Joe Marsh, sibling to Joe Marsh, uncle to Michael and Meagan Hebert, and Zoe Pasternack Marsh, excellent uncle to Benjamin and Holden Hebert, godfather to Amy Kane, Meagan Hebert and Jillian Magee.After going to school at St. Dominic’s and Cheverus, and finishing from USM, Jack started his profession in the insurance world as an employees’ comp auditor working for Hanover Insurance coverage, Maryland Casualty, Acadia and Assurant. He worked at Disability Reinsurance Management Services (DRMS) for fifteen years, which ended up being Sun Life Insurance. He attained his AICPA designation.As a youngster, he had wonderful memories of summertimes spent in Brownville Junction with his paternal grandparents and cousins. Peaks Island likewise held a close location in his heart. He took pleasure in many memorable and fun events there with his Mother’s side of the household; ended up being engaged on the island and brought his sons on getaway there to experience the magic of the island, as he and his bro and cousins had. As a proper Mainer, Jack was a true New England Spectator, being a diehard Red Sox fan and Patriots fan along with a Celtics and Bruins fan. He made sure to bring his young boys to a number of Fenway games. A few of our the majority of enjoyable memories were of the trips to Foxborough to see the Patriots in person. Jack was soft spoken and shy but we discovered numerous things from sharing our life with him. Over the last 14 months we saw Jack display amazing patience, determination, strength. He never ever grumbled about his situation. He had actually always demonstrated a strong work ethic and strength throughout the years he was fighting different medical conditions. He designed volunteerism in his training of baseball and basketball in addition to his school volunteerism through the years. Jack was a parishioner of long standing at St. John Holy Cross Church. He was a former President of the Home and School Association with his better half and was the leader of a number of memorable Holy Cross School Auctions. Jack was the institutional memory of our family– he could keep in mind names, places, times, events and how to drive the very best back roads to any place. Maple Sugar Sundays, Columbus Days at OOB, Holy Cross School Auctions and Christmas Fairs, countless household trips to Storyland, Santa’s Town, Disneyland, Universal, Disney World, to the California cousins, Saturday night motion pictures. We have had our life with John cut short however it is still one with lots of wonderful times to recall. John received care because his stroke from numerous amazing companies and caretakers and rehab specialists from Maine Medical Center, New England Rehabilitation Healthcare facility, Cedar’s Nursing Home. Since last November, he was able to be house through the care and support of Jess and Cam from House Rather and the group from Northern Lights. We want to thank all of individuals who crossed our path on this journey for their care, know-how, and assistance. We also thank God who sustained us all. John was predeceased by his parents, John F. and Margaret R. “Peggy” (Joyce) Marsh. He is endured by his spouse, Anne Marsh; and his sons, William J. and Joseph M Marsh all of Scarborough. He is also survived by his bro, Joseph J. Marsh of Santa Barbara, California. Checking out hours celebrating Jack’s life will be held from 4-7 p.m. on Wednesday, June 10, 2020, at the Conroy-Tully Walker South Portland Chapel, 1024 Broadway, South Portland. Prayers will be recited at 9:15 a.m., at the Chapel on Thursday, June 11, 2020 followed by a 10 a.m., Mass of Christian Burial at Holy Cross Church, 124 Home Roadway, South Portland. Interment will right away follow at Calvary Cemetery, South Portland.Attendees are requested to use a mask at all services. Per state limitations, as much as 50 people will be permitted in the building at any given time. The Funeral Home personnel will turn visitors through to make sure everybody in attendance is able to pay their aspects. Social distancing practices are requested to be observed.In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in his name to St. John && amp; Holy Cross Church,124 Cottage Roadway, South Portland, ME 04106, and/or toThe American Lung Association of Maine,122 State Street, Augusta, ME 04330-5615

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